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History - Dr. Gayle Olson-Raymer Discussion Guides: Each is separated by a solid line Discussion Topics To explain the importance of studying colonial history in the 21st Century. To understand the geographical claims of European nations in colonial North America. To study the characteristics of the early colonists.
To explore the governance, economy, and social structure created during the 17th Century within each of four colonial regions: To study the predominant American Indian nations within each colonial region and examine the manner in which the first European colonists dealt with the indigenous peoples.
To compare and contrast the political, economic, social, and spiritual development of the four colonial regions throughout the Seventeenth Century.
Six Reasons to Study Colonial History To realize that diversity in North America was here from the beginning and such diversity makes us uniquely American.
To understand the dominance of Protestantism. To comprehend the full extent of the racist attitudes Euro-Americans held toward non-white people. To learn the origins of our political institutions.
To study the development of the unique American character, attitudes, and practices.
To gain an appreciation for the deeply-held belief in American Exceptionalism - that we are unique in the world, have a special destiny, and must spread our way of life into new territory. See the video, "What is American Exceptionalism at http: Note that English colonies are red, French are blue, Spainish are yellow, Portuguese are green.
American Indian Nations, at http: Be sure to look at all three maps: The New Economic Model for Colonizing British North America - Mercantilism, Corporations, and Capitalism The idea of mercantilism was that the nation as a whole, not the individuals within it, was the principal actor in the economy.
The goal of the economy, then, should be to increase the nation's wealth. Merchants believed that the world's wealth was finite and that one nation could only grow rich at the expanse of another.
Therefore, the nation's economic health was dependent upon extracting and importing wealth from foreign lands and exporting very little wealth from home. To meet their needs, merchants sought assistance from the king who, in turn, benefited from the expansion of foreign trade.
Some merchants joined forces and formed chartered companies - or corporations. Each corporation acquired a chart from the King. The charter gave the corporation a monopoly on trading in a particular region.
Thus, the goal of both the English king and the financial backers - those who owned the corporations - was to make money. The corporate colonies, therefore, were ventures in capitalism - that is, they were based on an economic system in which the production and distribution of goods are privately owned and developed.
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